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GOLD EXPLORATION NEWS Queenston Reveals New Discoveries near Kirkland Lake (June 11, 2003)

KIRKLAND LAKE, Ontario More than 7,000 m of diamond drilling at the Kirkland Lake project over the winter and spr...


KIRKLAND LAKE, Ontario More than 7,000 m of diamond drilling at the Kirkland Lake project over the winter and spring has paid off for QUEENSTON MINING of Toronto. Among the highlights of the program was the discovery of three new zones at North Break; assays returned 16.8 g/t Au over 2.7m, 9.5 g/t over 0.9 m, and 0.5 g/t over 24.5 m.

Queenston’s program successfully drilled three other formations. A new gold zone was discovered at Amalgamated Kirkland, and the potential for more is great. A significant alteration zone was intersected at Vigrass Lake, and under Gull Lake, drills intersected the Kirkland Lake Main Break. The company is completing a four-hole program at the Anoki South zone and has committed $800,000 for the second phase of exploration on the North Break, Amalgamated Kirkland and Vigrass properties.

Check out Queenston’s web site at www.queenston.ca. The news reports contain complete drill hole results for the Kirkland Lake project.


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